History of kites
The oldest kite found was in china, about two or three thousand years ago. The earliest of kites were made of bamboo, paper and string to make sure the kite stays together. The earliest documented account was in 206B.C- 220A.D where a general flown a kite to calculate the distance of how far his army has to go and in the end was victorious. They started to spread for example in Korea in 4-645A.D, while during the time 595 – 673 A.D. a general named Gim yu-sin used the kite because the soldiers was refusing to fight after a shooting star fell from the sky and they deemed it a bad omen, to control them he used a kite and lit it on fire to seem like the shooting star was returning back where it came, it successfully for the general. Japan was first introduced the kites in the 7th century by Buddhists monks, they used them as talismans to get rid of evil spirits and bring good harvests. While the EDO period happened which was about 1603-1868 it became popular after the people below the samurai could fly them, in the end it became an issue because people were neglecting there duties. In INDIA during the mogul period around the time of 1483-1530, the most favorite theme was a lover dropping down the kite with a message to the young maiden who could not leave where she was. The people known as Micronesia used a leaf like with thick loops of spider web where the fish fed it was caught after the garfish long snout became trapped. Even the Polynesians has a myth about 2 godly brothers, they brought the kites to human kind and had a duel tans became stuck in a tree while Rango’s flew free, the person who flies there kite the highest is dedicated to Rango. The kite has been also used for scientific reasons, Benjamin Franklin experiment that hypothesized lightning was electricity, the kites manufactured by Eddy and Lawrence Hargrave making it has meteorological uses. In 1900-1902 the Wright brothers used the kite to make and unpowered air craft while learning to fly and aerodynamics. During World War 1 and 2 they used kites to look at the enemy and send signals to the higher ups. One interesting fact is that in 1822 George peacock created a carriage able to go at least 20mph he was also able to get by without paying a toll because they put one on how many animals you have since he had none they could not. They usually flown them in kitty hawk North Carolina, their first success was in 1903. There are many types of kite here are some that are the most common to find diamond kites which is the one Ben Franklin used, Boxed kite where it was invented by Lawrence Hargrove to make a manned flying machine, winged box kite where it’s the same as a regular box flight but just winds added. A sled kite was created by William Allison in the 1950s but later on Frank Scott modified the kite to last longer in the air. There are also power kites which are used to lift heavy objects for example humans .there is a place for the world records of kites, the gigantic kites are called inflatable single line kites with the last one that flown for twenty minutes is THE FLAG OF KUWAIT. The record for the single kite altitude is from a man called Robert Moore; he flew a triangular-box delta kite in which 16009feet in which lasted for eight hours from the first flight to the landing. In math the kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are adjacent to each other. Kite quadrilaterals are named for the wind-blown, flying kites which often have this shape and which are in turn named for a bird. If these conditions are fulfilled it is a kite two disjoint pairs of adjacent sides are equal, one diagonal is the perpendicular bisector of the other diagonal, one diagonal is a line of symmetry, and one diagonal bisects a pair of opposite angles. In the end kites have a long history with many regions of the world with stories to be told plus it has its own place in geometry with equal footing of importance.